BlueTriton59 wrote:None of this was made any easier by the poor wiring diagrams on both the HK harness box and the flyer inside, which actually conflicted with each other regarding wire colours. None of the diagrams identify the wire functions, just their colours, and there were wiring intersections in the diagrams that didn’t show what wires went where. Just made it all harder than it needed to be.
I installed a set of this brand driving lights for a customer a couple of weeks ago. Agree 100% on the poor documentation which doesn't match reality at all. Had to sit and track every wire in the harness with a multimeter and then change the plugs, which were unsuitable. Fortunately I was able to use a switch that I'd installed a few years ago for his previous lights - because the one supplied was never going to work.
So, not impressed with their documentation and, although his car was a Jeep, they told him that what was supplied would fit, so it would seem that their sales advice is somewhat short of ideal as well.
I didn't have time to do any testing, so can't really comment on the lights themselves, other than to say that he selected the lower colour temperature and, just going from shining on the wall to aim, that looked to be a huge improvement on the usual for these Chinese LED lights. Mounting and aiming systems seem to be ok but rely on quite small screws that, in my experience, always rust out, making later removal difficult. Lenses look ok when new but will probably degrade with a year or two in the sun, like ALL the others except for the premium brands. You get what you pay for...